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How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer (Part 2)

How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer Part 2

This feature by Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz, LCSW and Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD is Part 2 of 2 in this blog about the way DBT Skills can help patients cope with cancer. In the first part here, Elizabeth and Ronda shared the story of Maria, who was diagnosed with cancer. They presented two skills, mindfulness and labeling emotions to regulate them. In part two, they explore additional DBT strategies that can help cancer patients and their loved ones feel less helpless and have more faith in their ability to cope.

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How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer (Part 1)

How DBT Skills Can Help Patients Coping with Cancer (Part 1)

This feature by Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz, LCSW and Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD is Part 1 of 2 in a piece about how the application of DBT Skills can help patients cope with cancer. In this first part, Ronda and Elizabeth examine the impact of balancing the challenges of dealing with cancer as well as the first two tools that may be of assistance to cancer patients.

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Both Trainer and Guide: The Role of Experiential Learning in DBT Skills Training (Part 2)

Both Trainer and Guide: The Role of Experiential Learning in DBT Skills Training Part 2

This feature by Donald Nathanson, LCSW-R is Part 2 of 2 in a series about experiential learning in DBT Skills training. In the first part here, Donald began his story and connects it with knowledge and experience as well as the experience of describing. In this section, he continues with his insight on how to guide toward experience.

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Both Trainer and Guide: The Role of Experiential Learning in DBT Skills Training (Part 1)

Both Trainer and Guide: The Role of Experiential Learning in DBT Skills Training

This feature by Donald Nathanson, LCSW-R is Part 1 of 2 in a series about experiential learning in DBT Skills training. In this first part, Donald begins his story and connects it with knowledge and experience as well as the experience of describing.

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Presence and Vulnerability: Team in a Virtual World (Part 2)

Presence and Vulnerability: Team in a Virtual World Part 2

This feature by Ronda Oswalt Reitz, PhD is Part 2 of 2 in a series about communication tips to make a DBT consultation team effective in a virtual world. In the first part (read here), Ronda begins by looking at communication and coping ahead. Here in part 2, we examine the impact of the pandemic as it relates to presence and vulnerability and what to watch for to maintain the health of the therapists in the team.

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The Value of Multimedia in DBT Phone Coaching (Part 2)

The Value of Multimedia in DBT Phone Coaching Part 2

This feature by Elizabeth Burns, M.A., LPC is Part 2 of 2 in a series about use of multimedia in DBT phone coaching. Through this series, Elizabeth explores how she uses supplemental resources in her work with clients when delivering DBT, sharing a variety of specific resources from her files. In the first part, Elizabeth began by sharing how she has curated multimedia content in service of delivering DBT and giving several examples of how she uses it. In part two, she will discuss the value of reciprocal communication of multimedia content, encouraging clients to curate their own resources on their phones and making a YouTube channel for their practice. She will also touch briefly on ethics and online content.

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The Value of Multimedia in DBT Phone Coaching (Part 1)

3.10.2021 - The Value of Multimedia in DBT Phone Coaching Part 1

This feature by Elizabeth Burns, M.A., LPC is Part 1 of 2 in a series about use of multimedia in DBT phone coaching. Through this series, Elizabeth explores how she uses supplemental resources in her work with clients when delivering DBT, sharing a variety of specific resources from her files. In this first part, Elizabeth begins by giving examples how she uses multimedia with different client scenarios.

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